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Solid North Transport Bus Line to Pangasinan and Tarlac
Just a quick post for your information on Solid North Transport, a subsidiary of JAC Liner. Solid North transport's telephone numbers, routes as displayed on their terminal near Kamias Street in Quezon City (that Tutubi sees everyday on his way home)
Solid North Transport bus routes (Manila or more specifically from Cubao, Quezon City)
Manila to Pangasinan routes:
Dagupan City, Pangasinan
Urdaneta City, Pangasinan
San Carlos City, Pangasinan
Manila to Tarlac routes
Tarlac City, Tarlac
Manila to Pampanga route
Mabalacat, Pampanga (Dau Bus Terminal)
Solid North Transport terminal is on northbound EDSA, between Kamias and East Avenue near Cubao, Quezon City
Contact Number: +63.917.88NORTH (0917.886.6784)
please contact Solid North transport directly, no official website as of posting time (unlike parent JAC Liner, the first wifi bus) and email address for bus fares/ticket prices/reservations, trip schedules, waybill/freight charges and chartered bus rates.
Solid North Bus Line, Solid North transit, How to get to Tarlac, How to get to Pangasinan, How to commute to Tarlac, How to commute to Pangasinan
wow, this is really awesome. I was able to see one bus with the North something on it, medyo hindi ko na recognize from the bus. I think they are also wi-fi kasi parang may nakita akong icon sa bus nila. Thanks for sharing. :)
thank you for this information, sir! I am wondering whether they are as expensive as Victory Liner to Carmen, seeing as they are fairly new. I know that Dagupan buses are the cheapest, but only because their buses are on the crappy beside.
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